16hr CCAR Ethical Considerations

Maintaining the integrity and professionalism of the Recovery Coach and Peer Advocate professions is a key priority of ASAP-NYCB (New York Certification Board) and OASAS (Office of Addiction Services and Supports).
As the profession evolves, it is critical that those supporting others in their recovery follow a set of professional standards and principles that protect against harm and “keep us in our lane.”


10hr Motivational Interviewing Training

This highly interactive and experiential workshop is geared toward recovery coaches, peers and clinicians seeking an engaging learning experience incorporating both M.I. Spirit and Skills. The workshop offers ample opportunity for individual and group practice and participants will leave with basic and advanced skills and principles.


16hr CCAR Ethical Considerations

Family Supported Recovery is an emerging pathway of recovery recognizing the vital role of affected family members in supporting their loved one’s recovery. Taking a strength-based and compassionate approach, this workshop addresses how to be a more effective and influential partner in the ongoing battle with addiction and early recovery, while also empowering families to give focus to their personal wellness.


4hrs Ethics for Renewals and Peer Supervisors

This Ethics Workshop will provide the experienced Peer Recovery Professional (PRP) with a review of CCAR’s Ethical Considerations, important terms, and ethical principles, NYCB Code of Ethics, and hands on application of a Three Step Ethical Decision Process to actual PRP scenarios in a variety of work settings. Come prepared to share ethical scenarios from your own practice.